3.4 Using the AS-i Programmer
Changing existing addresses of the AS-i slaves
If the allocated addresses used two different numbers, for example, 10A and 11A, then if one
of the slave addresses is reset to 0 the other slave is not affected.
If the allocated addresses use the same number, for example, 20A and 20B, then if one
slave addresses is reset to 0, then both slaves numbers will be reset to 0.
Modifying an existing address of a single slave within the Inverter will not affect the address
of the other slave.
To change an existing address of a slave, the following procedure should be performed:
Plug the AS-i Programmer into the addressing socket of the Inverter
Turn the dial on the Programmer to the ADDR position. The display
will indicate that this mode has been selected.
button; the screen will display uSE and the number
of the lower addressed slave.
The existing slave addresses are shown at the bottom of the dis-
button; the display now shows SEt.
The selected number will begin to flash.
button to confirm the new address.
ProG is displayed briefly followed by confirmation of the address
buttons to select the slave address number to be changed.
buttons to select the new slave address
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